Student Learning Centre


About the SLC

Information about our profile, staff research and contact.


Lunchtime seminars, Academic Preparation Program, NYCM1001, COMS1002, and other literacy and numeracy programs.


Drop-in services (Learning Lounge), extended consultations, and assistance for external students.

Study Resources

Study guides, referencing, top tips, pronunciation, Turnitin, IT links and much more.

English Language Support  (NEW)

If English is your second language and you wish to develop your English language skills further, the new English Language Support program could be for you. Click HERE for more details.


Information about the text-matching software used by the University, how to use it and how to interpret the reports.

Contact us





Two new baby girls for the SLC family!


Congratulations to Kate and Andrew on the safe arrival Scotti Mia.

Congradulations to Tiffany and Adam on the safe arrival of Soraya Jade.


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  1. Did you know that all Flinders Uni courses require you to use maths or numeracy skills?
  2. Think you might need a refresher with your maths or numeracy?

If your answer is yes - then you can select a topic that counts towards most degrees, giving you the maths and numeracy skills and knowledge to succeed:

NMCY1001 Academic and Professional Numeracy

If you need further advice about which modules you should select consult your course advisor. 


SLC eNewsletter

The SLC newsletter is published regularly and features articles such as Question of the Week, What' On, staff profiles and much more.  Subscribe now so you don't miss out.

Previous eNewsletters are available to download from Flinders Learning Online (FLO):

  1. Log on to FLO
  2. Look for Student Learning Centre under "My Topics".
  3. Then click on "Information & Discussion".
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English Language Support Program (ELSP) Certificate Presentation


Click HERE for more information about the Certificate Presentation for those students completing modules in the ELSP.

Welcome Natalia!

Natalia Bornay has recently joined the Student Learning Centre to teach in the English Language Support Program after submitting her PhD in Spanish film, history and memory from a feminine perspective. She is an experienced, enthusiastic and well-travelled language teacher who has taught Spanish and English to students from different backgrounds in Spain, Germany, Japan and Australia. Her multilingual skills, sound understanding of other cultures and inexplicable eagerness for grammar make her an invaluable addition to the SLC team.

Although Natalia has been working and studying in Adelaide for nearly a decade, she comes originally from Alicante (Spain), where she developed an appreciation for good food, quality wine and spending time at the sea. Perhaps these are the main reasons why she feels so at home in Adelaide.

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